A visit to the Oceanarium, designed by the American architect, Peter Chermayeff poses a constant challenge to our knowledge, at all levels. Inhabited by 15.000 animals and plants representing over 450 different species, in 30 tanks containing more than 7.000 m3 of seawater, and reconstituting various of the oceans' ecosystems, the Oceanarium offers visitors a unique and enchanting experience.
Alternate between the level of the land the underwater level, and find a re-creation of four specific habitats: the rocky coasts of the North Atlantic, the coastline of the Antarctic, the Kelp forest of the Pacific and the coral reefs of the Indian Ocean.
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Esplanada D. Carlos I - Doca dos Olivais - Parque das Nações
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Lisbon's Belém District, a stately pincushion of important sights, including one of Europe's top coach museums.
Visit Belém, Lisbon if you want to learn more about the era of the Portugese discoveries.
The Jardim da Estrela (star park) is an area of the romantic Lisbon, with inviting places to rest and contemplation. With the bandstand, lake, restaurant with a terrace is one of the most enjoyable parks of Lisbon and was the first english-style park in Portugal.